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Collection highlights

Jaan Toomik

Birthday: 02.10.1961
Birthplace: Tartu, Estonia
Education: 1985–1991 studied at the Estonian Academy of Arts, faculty of painting
Solo Exhibitions: 2005 Tartu Art Museum. Tartu, Estonia
4+4 paintings. Vaal Gallery, Tallinn
Videoworks. Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest, Romania
Recent works. Art Hall Gallery, Tallinn
Videos. Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid, Spain
2004 Videoworks. Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius, Lithuania
Artoteek. Den Hague, Netherlands
Haapsalu City Gallery, Estonia
IBID Gallery, London, England
2003 Vaal Gallery, Tallinn
Hippolyte Gallery, Helsinki, Finland
Artists’ House, Tartu, Estonia
2001 Peeter Mudist, paintings. Jaan Toomik, videoinstallations. Cultural Centre Elzenveld, Antwerpen, Belgium
Contemporary Film and Video Programme. Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia
1999 Vaal Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
1998 I- 20 Gallery, New York, USA
1997 Art Museum of Estonia, Tallinn
Art Pace, San Antonio, Texas, USA
Selected group exhibitions: 2006 Videokunst aus dem Baltikum. Kunstraum Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany
Face the Unexpected. Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany
4th Berlin Biennial, Germany
2005 Document 3. International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, Glasgow
Beijing International Art Biennale China
2004 EastWest, Museumquartal, Austrian Film Museum, Vienna, Austria
2003 Dreams and Conflicts: Dictatorship of the Viewer. Clandestine. Arsenale, 50th International Exhibition of Visual Arts of the Biennale di Venezia, Italy
The Paths of Europe. Contemporary Art Museum, Thessaloniki, Greece
2002 Museum of Hafnarborg, Iceland
Breath. The Ludwig Museum Budapest, Hungary
2001 The Baltic Times. Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia; Škuc Gallery, Slovenia
1999-2000 After the Wall. Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden; Ludwig Museum, Budapest; Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin
1997 La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, Italy
1996 Manifesta 1. European biennial of contemporary art, Rotterdam Art Hall, Netherlands
1995 ARS 95. Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland
1994 22nd International Biennial of São Paulo, Brazil
Awards: 2005 Konrad Mägi Art Award, Estonia
2003 Baltic Assembly Annual Art Award
1999 State Prize of the Republic of Estonia
1997 Prize from the 5th annual exhibition of the Soros Center for Contemporary Arts, Estonia
Sinebrychoff Eesti Ltd.
Art Pace, San Antonio, Texas, USA
1995 UNESCO Prize for the Promotion of the Arts, special mention, Paris, France
1994 Kristjan Raud Art Award, Estonia
Works in collections: Art Museum of Estonia
Description: Lives and works in Tallinn.


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